EU external relations

Liam Fox gives emergency evidence on Parliamentary scrutiny of CETA

European Scrutiny Committee takes evidence from Liam Fox on why MPs could not debate EU trade deal

Crime Agencies and police representatives discuss Brexit and security

Two Policemen

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee will take evidence in connection with its inquiry on “Brexit: future EU-UK security and police co-operation”

House of Lords back to business

The Victoria Tower, Palace of Westminster

Catch up on the latest from the chamber and committees

Brexit implications explored by Committee

EU Select Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 6 September

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